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  1. HEALTH FREEDOM: Trump’s new HHS department may BAN mandatory vaccinations nationwide and restore health and religious freedom The first ever Californian Republican to become House Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy, just threw a “touchdown pass” for team USA regarding healthcare freedom for all Americans. With great coaching from President Trump, a new division at Health and Human Services (HHS) has been created for Civil Rights called the “Conscience and Religious Freedom Division.” This guidance document dismantles all forced vaccination mandates across the USA, including in California, where Senator Richard “The Mercury Joker” Pan illegally penned Draconian legislation (SB277) defying the AMA’s code of ethics, where school children are forced into vaccination (at gunpoint) or they are not allowed to attend private or public school. Pan eliminated religious and personal exemptions, and allows only medical exemptions, which are for the most part denied, because it’s all a scam to sell more toxic vaccines and permanently maim more children for Big Pharma profits. https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-14-trumps-new-hhs-ban-mandatory-vaccinations-nationwide.html#
  2. 5.6-magnitude earthquake strikes off West Australian coast – USGS A 5.6-magnitude earthquake has struck some 1,000 kilometers north-west off the coast of Perth, Australia according to the US Geological Survey. The quake hit at a depth of 10 kilometers (6 miles). No tsunami threat has been issued, according to the latest updates from the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre. https://www.rt.com/news/446594-earthquake-australia-coast-usgs/
  3. Alaska hit by more than 230 small earthquakes since Friday More than 230 small earthquakes have hit parts of Alaska since Friday, when a 7.0-magnitude quake knocked out power, ripped open roads and splintered buildings near Anchorage, the US Geological Survey said. Still, local officials said life was returning to normal even as four to eight inches of snow were expected on Sunday. "This is the second largest earthquake we've had since 1964, which was a very significant earthquake," Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz told reporters Saturday, referring a historic magnitude-9.2 quake that was the most powerful recorded temblor in US history. https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/01/us/alaska-earthquake/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0fHl62P6o05_1GWc_VQmcIvDDs8irrPsYP-6L10lxPI-aa4hLI-cy6lBE
  4. California Hit By 39 Quakes In 24 Hours As Scientists Warn Of "Movement Along The San Andreas Fault" A series of large earthquakes has rattled California over the last 24 hours, and scientists are telling us that the shaking was the result of “movement along the San Andreas Fault system”. In recent months there has been an alarming amount of seismic activity all along “the Ring of Fire”, and there have been times when the number of global earthquakes has been way above normal. Could it be possible that all of this unusual seismic activity is leading up to something? As you will see below, experts are telling us that we are overdue for the “Big One” to hit California. And when it does eventually strike, it could be far worse than most people would dare to imagine. Most of the 39 significant earthquakes that have struck California within the last 24 hours have happened along the San Andreas Fault. The following comes from CBS News… A swarm of earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault, the largest measuring a 4.1 magnitude, rumbled through the Hollister area and the Salinas Valley Friday morning. CBS San Francisco, citing officials, reports the quakes rattled nerves but caused no major damage. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the 4.1 quake hit at 5:58 a.m. PDT 12 miles southwest of the small community of Tres Pinos. It was followed by quakes measuring 3.6, 3.2 and 3.0. Officials are saying that this shaking was caused by “movement along the San Andreas Fault system”, and the initial magnitude 4.1 quake was quickly followed by a series of more than 20 aftershocks… https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-03/california-hit-39-quakes-24-hours-scientists-warn-movement-along-san-andreas-fault
  5. A San Andreas fault mystery: The 'slow-moving disaster' in an area where the Big One is feared The San Andreas fault begins its dangerous dance through California at the Salton Sea, at a spot that seismologists long have feared could be the epicenter of a massive earthquake. But in recent months, this desolate location where the North American and Pacific plates rub together has become the focus of intense interest for a type of movement that is less the Big One than the Slow One. A muddy spring mysteriously has begun to move at a faster pace through dry earth — first 60 feet over a few months, and then 60 feet in a single day, according to Imperial County officials. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-niland-mud-pot-20181101-story.html
  6. Secrets of mighty cancer killing virus unlocked University of Otago researchers have used high-resolution electron microscopy images to reveal how an anti-cancer virus interacts with tumor cells, increasing its potential to save lives. Seneca Valley Virus (SVV), a newly discovered virus which infects cancer cells but not normal tissue, has become a main research project in the laboratory of DrMihnea Bostina, Academic Director of Otago’s OMNI Electron Microscopy unit and senior lecturer in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. He hopes the results from this latest study, published in PNAS Latest Articles, will help to develop the virus for clinical use. Working with researchers from Japan’s Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, the group used cryo-electron microscopy to capture thousands of images of the virus bound to its receptor, using them to reconstruct a high resolution structure of the complex. http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/SC1810/S00093/secrets-of-mighty-cancer-killing-virus-unlocked.htm
  7. Hanford nuclear plant employees told 'take cover' over incident - reports Employees at the Hanford Vit Plant – one of the US largest nuclear waste processing facilities – have been told to “take cover.” The alert was issued in a form of a text message, the US media report. The employees at the waste treatment plant were allegedly told to “go to the closest Take Cover facility” and avoid “eating or drinking until further notice,” according to the text message published by the people on social media. No official comments have been provided by the facility media department so far. https://www.rt.com/usa/442365-hanford-nuclear-plant-employees-cover/?utm_source=browser
  8. Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier classified as 'very high threat' for eruption Government scientists are classifying 18 U.S. volcanoes as a "very high threat" because of what's been happening inside them and how close they are to people. The U.S. Geological Survey is updating its volcano threat assessments for the first time since 2005. The danger list is topped by Hawaii's Kilauea, which has been erupting this year. The others in the top five are Mount St. Helens and Mount Rainier in Washington, Alaska's Redoubt Volcano and California's Mount Shasta. https://www.king5.com/article/news/local/mount-st-helens-mount-rainier-classified-as-very-high-threat-for-eruption/281-608002427
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  12. Several powerful earthquakes strike off the shore of Canada Several powerful earthquakes have been reported near Vancouver Island, Canada, including a magnitude 6.8. The U.S. Geological Survey says several powerful quakes were reported Sunday evening. The of the depth the largest is about 6 miles (10 kilometers) and it struck about 149 miles (239 kilometers) west of Tofino, Canada. https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/nation-world/article220426710.html
  13. Four killed after massive sinkhole opens in Chinese city Four people have died after they were swallowed up by a massive sinkhole in a Chinese city, despite desperate rescue efforts to save them. According to state media, the sinkhole opened up around 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Dazhou, Sichuan province. Dramatic video from the scene showed people suddenly plunging through the pavement as it collapsed beneath them. Two victims died after being pulled from the pit and rushed to a hospital, state media said. They were reportedly married only days before. https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/09/asia/china-sinkhole-sichuan-intl/index.html
  14. Indonesia tsunami toll tops 800 amid search for survivors Rescue officials feared the full scale of Indonesia's earthquake and tsunami could climb far past the more than 800 already confirmed dead, as several large coastal towns remained cut off Sunday by damaged roads and downed communication lines. The country's disaster agency said the death toll more than doubled to 832, and nearly all of those were from the hard-hit city of Palu on the island of Sulawesi. The regencies of Donggala, Sigi and Parigi Moutong — with combined populations of 1.2 million — had yet to be fully assessed. "The death toll is believed to be still increasing since many bodies were still under the wreckage, while many have not been reached," said agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho. He said a mass burial would be held Sunday for health reasons. Bodies covered in blue and yellow tarps lined the streets of Palu, while rescuers dug through rubble in the hopes of finding survivors from the twin disasters that struck Friday evening. There was particular focus on the eight-story Roa-Roa Hotel, where voices from underneath the rubble could be heard calling out for help on Saturday. https://www.yahoo.com/news/indonesia-tsunami-toll-tops-400-amid-search-survivors-025152550.html?soc_trk=gcm&soc_src=69f70237-124f-3ea9-acd0-fc922af945e2&.tsrc=notification-brknews
  15. SNOW ON THE SAVANNAH Giraffes and elephants wander about in the snow after freak blizzards hit Africa Giraffes, antelopes and elephants were all among the beasts braving the freeze after the white stuff hit South Africa over the weekend. Pictures of the snow covered creatures have swept across social media as viewers marvel at the bizarre scenes. Kitty Viljoen captured elephants enjoying the snow in the Sneeuberg on the Western Cape of South Africa, where snow hit late last week. Sneeuberg translates to Snow Mountain and dustings are not unusual across parts of South Africa in the winter, but this cold snap comes particularly late in the season. She also photographed giraffes in snow in the Karoo semi-desert region. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7229712/snow-south-africa-blizzards-desert-giraffes/